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Kool Beenz

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #25 on: December 09, 2008, 05:38:22 AM »
possibly
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #26 on: December 09, 2008, 11:52:55 AM »
I believe in karma. That's why I don't feel sorry for girls that get raped in the butt and need a few stitches. They asked for it somewhere somehow.
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #27 on: December 10, 2008, 05:32:16 AM »


but maybe now the cocaine dealer will make less money and he can't feed his kids.  Or maybe the cocaine dealer is a guy living in LA who was going to be the next 2pac and he needed the money for studio time to create an album that will put the West Coast back on top and make everyone at the dubcc happy.  Or maybe if everyone in your generation was hooked on crack cocaine it would be good because it would reduce the population, and the next generations would benefit by less traffic, less pollution, and more affordable living space.  In some countries overpopulation is a huge problem.

I know that sounds strange.  If the karma concept works for you, then maybe it is real.  Truth is a means to an end.  "Truth" is something we use to better estimate possible outcomes.  Like it's "true" that when I'm thirsty if I drink water it quenches my thirst.  So the "truth" has a use.  We know that a possible outcome of drinking water is quenching our thirst.  But now the question becomes, why do we want to quench our thirst?  Because it makes us feel better!  So if believing in karma works for you and makes you feel better... well then I guess it is true enough.  But for me at this current stage of my life it is not true to me.


Karma is as simple, yet as complicated as LIFE, existence and the universe itself.  Its cause and effect, its mathematics on level and levels within levels son. Worlds rising, dying and ending.
 
It is being written with each day and is as much a part of existence as existence itself. Perhaps THE cause of existence. gatdamn.

Buddhists believe karma operates without any GOD, that is; without any arbitrary supernatural intervention.

Kind of also how the ancient Greeks believed that even the creator god Zeus walked in awe of the MOIRAI, You know them? Those 3 old hags always with that spinning wheel?  The MOIRAI were three goddesses who were daughters of Mother Night, but they were concieved without a father...Zeus walked in awe of them and had no power over them as the Moirai were the progeny of the depths of the Night which was the oldest power in the universe....



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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #28 on: December 10, 2008, 12:30:26 PM »
I believe in a sort of an "ebb and flow" of actions and trends that societies go through which reflect previous actions and trends. You could call that karma, but I don't believe in some person to person "you fucked my sister so you deserved to get in that car wreck" type of selfish philosophy. As Overfiend brought up, Buddhists believe that "karma" happens without God, and I believe that whole heatedly. A simple cause and effect, ebb and flow of attitudes and actions, that belong to US. We are responsible for carrying out "karma".
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #29 on: December 10, 2008, 08:57:09 PM »
Fuck yeah I believe in karma that bitche gives a mean lap dance I always wear my sweat pants when I know she's working
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #30 on: December 10, 2008, 09:14:09 PM »
everytime i give out -1 i seem to get one back the next day..its a bitch
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #31 on: December 11, 2008, 11:23:13 AM »
^ lol i see what you did there.


Thanks to this thread, i have stopped being a believer. I am now a prick to everyone because i realize that if someone tried being a prick to me, i could just be an even bigger prick. I can't lose.
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #32 on: December 11, 2008, 02:21:45 PM »
i believe in karma
 

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« Reply #33 on: December 11, 2008, 04:13:43 PM »
this thread almost sounds like my World Views & Philosophy class
 

jeromechickenbone

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #34 on: December 12, 2008, 12:16:53 PM »
  Like if I step on a bug, swat a fly, accidently spit in someones face when I talk - do I have repurcussions?  Hell no. 


LMAO :stupid:

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #35 on: December 14, 2008, 07:27:34 AM »
  Like if I step on a bug, swat a fly, accidently spit in someones face when I talk - do I have repurcussions?  Hell no. 


LMAO :stupid:

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you're gay.....and?
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #36 on: December 14, 2008, 11:04:43 AM »
everytime i give out -1 i seem to get one back the next day..its a bitch

hahaha..

yes i believe in karma.
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #37 on: December 19, 2008, 06:49:20 PM »
  Like if I step on a bug, swat a fly, accidently spit in someones face when I talk - do I have repurcussions?  Hell no. 


LMAO :stupid:

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you're gay.....and?

and so explain to me where you draw the line with your karma bullshit.
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #38 on: December 19, 2008, 09:25:22 PM »
  Like if I step on a bug, swat a fly, accidently spit in someones face when I talk - do I have repurcussions?  Hell no. 


LMAO :stupid:

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you're gay.....and?

and so explain to me where you draw the line with your karma bullshit.


there is no line, moron...if you step on a bug, you're not gunna go to hell for it, obviously. but when you give yourself persmision to knowingly inflict evil in any way shape or form, that's when shit starts coming back to bite you in the ass. there are different levels of evil, and depending upon how much you get into it, that's how much it's gunna come back at you. this is pretty much the same thing as believing in God. LOL@you not understand the concept of karma. "if i accidentally spit in someone's face, will I have repercussions?" LMAO.
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #39 on: December 19, 2008, 10:38:22 PM »
nah, karma is a crock of shit
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #40 on: December 20, 2008, 08:06:05 AM »
I believe in karma. That's why I don't feel sorry for girls that get raped in the butt and need a few stitches. They asked for it somewhere somehow.
::) so when a baby is born handicapped, or a child gets abused, it deserves it becuz of its bad karma... how naive are u?
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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #41 on: December 20, 2008, 09:58:16 AM »
  Like if I step on a bug, swat a fly, accidently spit in someones face when I talk - do I have repurcussions?  Hell no. 


LMAO :stupid:

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you're gay.....and?

and so explain to me where you draw the line with your karma bullshit.


there is no line, moron...if you step on a bug, you're not gunna go to hell for it, obviously. but when you give yourself persmision to knowingly inflict evil in any way shape or form, that's when shit starts coming back to bite you in the ass. there are different levels of evil, and depending upon how much you get into it, that's how much it's gunna come back at you. this is pretty much the same thing as believing in God. LOL@you not understand the concept of karma. "if i accidentally spit in someone's face, will I have repercussions?" LMAO.

Jesus christ...There is no such thing as good or bad in this sense jackdick.  There are actions and reactions.  If I break my ankle and can't walk for a month it could be perceived as bad.  However, it may have kept me from walking across the street and getting hit and killed by a car.  Therefore breaking my ankle was arguably the greatest thing to happen to me.  Spitting in someones face and therefore getting knocked the fuck out isn't karma, it's a reaction.

So if I do step on a bug and I'm not going to hell for it, what is the karmic response then?  I will then get bit by a spider or something? 
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #42 on: December 20, 2008, 10:49:25 AM »
I believe in karma. That's why I don't feel sorry for girls that get raped in the butt and need a few stitches. They asked for it somewhere somehow.
::) so when a baby is born handicapped, or a child gets abused, it deserves it becuz of its bad karma... how naive are u?

If a baby is born handicapped that's pure bad luck. One day positive karma will come back to them.

What if a baby is not physically handicapped, but mentally handicapped? That is not necessarily bad karma. Remember when you were 4 years old and you didn't have a clue about how life works and everything was done for you and you had practically no worries?
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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #43 on: December 20, 2008, 11:06:42 AM »
I believe in karma. That's why I don't feel sorry for girls that get raped in the butt and need a few stitches. They asked for it somewhere somehow.
::) so when a baby is born handicapped, or a child gets abused, it deserves it becuz of its bad karma... how naive are u?

If a baby is born handicapped that's pure bad luck. One day positive karma will come back to them.

What if a baby is not physically handicapped, but mentally handicapped? That is not necessarily bad karma. Remember when you were 4 years old and you didn't have a clue about how life works and everything was done for you and you had practically no worries?

fine, but what if you get raped at the age of 2-4??? does it mean karma applies only to grown ups or in your oppinion only to women from the age of what, 16?
if you ask me this is just a bunch of bullshit.
there are people acting like the last immporal fuck ups and they die a sweet happy death, there are little children, the innocensce in itself, who can die the most cruel deaths, or people who behaved morally correct mostof their life, still they get shot, raped, tortured...how can u explain that with your karma-logic`?
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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #44 on: December 20, 2008, 12:08:18 PM »
  Like if I step on a bug, swat a fly, accidently spit in someones face when I talk - do I have repurcussions?  Hell no. 


LMAO :stupid:

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you're gay.....and?

and so explain to me where you draw the line with your karma bullshit.


there is no line, moron...if you step on a bug, you're not gunna go to hell for it, obviously. but when you give yourself persmision to knowingly inflict evil in any way shape or form, that's when shit starts coming back to bite you in the ass. there are different levels of evil, and depending upon how much you get into it, that's how much it's gunna come back at you. this is pretty much the same thing as believing in God. LOL@you not understand the concept of karma. "if i accidentally spit in someone's face, will I have repercussions?" LMAO.

Jesus christ...There is no such thing as good or bad in this sense jackdick.  There are actions and reactions.  If I break my ankle and can't walk for a month it could be perceived as bad.  However, it may have kept me from walking across the street and getting hit and killed by a car.  Therefore breaking my ankle was arguably the greatest thing to happen to me.  Spitting in someones face and therefore getting knocked the fuck out isn't karma, it's a reaction.

So if I do step on a bug and I'm not going to hell for it, what is the karmic response then?  I will then get bit by a spider or something? 



you're an idiot...honestly
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #45 on: December 20, 2008, 12:52:09 PM »
  Like if I step on a bug, swat a fly, accidently spit in someones face when I talk - do I have repurcussions?  Hell no. 


LMAO :stupid:

 :camp:




you're gay.....and?

and so explain to me where you draw the line with your karma bullshit.


there is no line, moron...if you step on a bug, you're not gunna go to hell for it, obviously. but when you give yourself persmision to knowingly inflict evil in any way shape or form, that's when shit starts coming back to bite you in the ass. there are different levels of evil, and depending upon how much you get into it, that's how much it's gunna come back at you. this is pretty much the same thing as believing in God. LOL@you not understand the concept of karma. "if i accidentally spit in someone's face, will I have repercussions?" LMAO.

Jesus christ...There is no such thing as good or bad in this sense jackdick.  There are actions and reactions.  If I break my ankle and can't walk for a month it could be perceived as bad.  However, it may have kept me from walking across the street and getting hit and killed by a car.  Therefore breaking my ankle was arguably the greatest thing to happen to me.  Spitting in someones face and therefore getting knocked the fuck out isn't karma, it's a reaction.

So if I do step on a bug and I'm not going to hell for it, what is the karmic response then?  I will then get bit by a spider or something? 



you're an idiot...honestly

ok then prove it by arguing my post.
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #46 on: December 20, 2008, 01:03:10 PM »
  Like if I step on a bug, swat a fly, accidently spit in someones face when I talk - do I have repurcussions?  Hell no. 


LMAO :stupid:

 :camp:




you're gay.....and?

and so explain to me where you draw the line with your karma bullshit.


there is no line, moron...if you step on a bug, you're not gunna go to hell for it, obviously. but when you give yourself persmision to knowingly inflict evil in any way shape or form, that's when shit starts coming back to bite you in the ass. there are different levels of evil, and depending upon how much you get into it, that's how much it's gunna come back at you. this is pretty much the same thing as believing in God. LOL@you not understand the concept of karma. "if i accidentally spit in someone's face, will I have repercussions?" LMAO.

Jesus christ...There is no such thing as good or bad in this sense jackdick.  There are actions and reactions.  If I break my ankle and can't walk for a month it could be perceived as bad.  However, it may have kept me from walking across the street and getting hit and killed by a car.  Therefore breaking my ankle was arguably the greatest thing to happen to me.  Spitting in someones face and therefore getting knocked the fuck out isn't karma, it's a reaction.

So if I do step on a bug and I'm not going to hell for it, what is the karmic response then?  I will then get bit by a spider or something? 



you're an idiot...honestly

ok then prove it by arguing my post.


How can I argue something that goes completely over your head? It's not that you don't believe in karma, it's that you don't UNDERSTAND it. Now, if you only believe in actions and reactions, then you clearly don't believe in God. To think that you can just do evil shit without paying for it in one way or another only goes to show that you're an unspiritual being. Say, for instance, you believe that the only way there will be a reaction to you being a cheater is if someone caught you cheating...by the laws of karma, that is wrong. It's not what you do that dictates karma, it's the energy you put behind it. If you believe in God, which I doubt you do, you would have understood this concept a lot better...PeACe
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #47 on: December 20, 2008, 01:32:10 PM »
  Like if I step on a bug, swat a fly, accidently spit in someones face when I talk - do I have repurcussions?  Hell no. 


LMAO :stupid:

 :camp:




you're gay.....and?

and so explain to me where you draw the line with your karma bullshit.


there is no line, moron...if you step on a bug, you're not gunna go to hell for it, obviously. but when you give yourself persmision to knowingly inflict evil in any way shape or form, that's when shit starts coming back to bite you in the ass. there are different levels of evil, and depending upon how much you get into it, that's how much it's gunna come back at you. this is pretty much the same thing as believing in God. LOL@you not understand the concept of karma. "if i accidentally spit in someone's face, will I have repercussions?" LMAO.

Jesus christ...There is no such thing as good or bad in this sense jackdick.  There are actions and reactions.  If I break my ankle and can't walk for a month it could be perceived as bad.  However, it may have kept me from walking across the street and getting hit and killed by a car.  Therefore breaking my ankle was arguably the greatest thing to happen to me.  Spitting in someones face and therefore getting knocked the fuck out isn't karma, it's a reaction.

So if I do step on a bug and I'm not going to hell for it, what is the karmic response then?  I will then get bit by a spider or something? 



you're an idiot...honestly

ok then prove it by arguing my post.


How can I argue something that goes completely over your head? It's not that you don't believe in karma, it's that you don't UNDERSTAND it. Now, if you only believe in actions and reactions, then you clearly don't believe in God. To think that you can just do evil shit without paying for it in one way or another only goes to show that you're an unspiritual being. Say, for instance, you believe that the only way there will be a reaction to you being a cheater is if someone caught you cheating...by the laws of karma, that is wrong. It's not what you do that dictates karma, it's the energy you put behind it. If you believe in God, which I doubt you do, you would have understood this concept a lot better...PeACe

I don't pretend to know if there is a God or not.  I'm agnostic.  I understand the concept of karma, but what I've said is where is the line drawn?  Where does it begin and end?  I can be the most unselfish, giving, loving person on earth and bad shit can still happen to me.  Did bad shit ever happen to Ghandi?  Mother Teresa?  Jesus?
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #48 on: December 20, 2008, 03:19:10 PM »
I don't believe in karma until 500 posts  ::)
 

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Re: Do you believe in karma?
« Reply #49 on: December 20, 2008, 10:14:48 PM »
  Like if I step on a bug, swat a fly, accidently spit in someones face when I talk - do I have repurcussions?  Hell no. 


LMAO :stupid:

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you're gay.....and?

and so explain to me where you draw the line with your karma bullshit.


there is no line, moron...if you step on a bug, you're not gunna go to hell for it, obviously. but when you give yourself persmision to knowingly inflict evil in any way shape or form, that's when shit starts coming back to bite you in the ass. there are different levels of evil, and depending upon how much you get into it, that's how much it's gunna come back at you. this is pretty much the same thing as believing in God. LOL@you not understand the concept of karma. "if i accidentally spit in someone's face, will I have repercussions?" LMAO.

Jesus christ...There is no such thing as good or bad in this sense jackdick.  There are actions and reactions.  If I break my ankle and can't walk for a month it could be perceived as bad.  However, it may have kept me from walking across the street and getting hit and killed by a car.  Therefore breaking my ankle was arguably the greatest thing to happen to me.  Spitting in someones face and therefore getting knocked the fuck out isn't karma, it's a reaction.

So if I do step on a bug and I'm not going to hell for it, what is the karmic response then?  I will then get bit by a spider or something? 



you're an idiot...honestly

ok then prove it by arguing my post.


How can I argue something that goes completely over your head? It's not that you don't believe in karma, it's that you don't UNDERSTAND it. Now, if you only believe in actions and reactions, then you clearly don't believe in God. To think that you can just do evil shit without paying for it in one way or another only goes to show that you're an unspiritual being. Say, for instance, you believe that the only way there will be a reaction to you being a cheater is if someone caught you cheating...by the laws of karma, that is wrong. It's not what you do that dictates karma, it's the energy you put behind it. If you believe in God, which I doubt you do, you would have understood this concept a lot better...PeACe

I don't pretend to know if there is a God or not.  I'm agnostic.  I understand the concept of karma, but what I've said is where is the line drawn?  Where does it begin and end?  I can be the most unselfish, giving, loving person on earth and bad shit can still happen to me.  Did bad shit ever happen to Ghandi?  Mother Teresa?  Jesus?


Three people with enormous legacies. Must be bad to have your name remembered for the rest of history, huh?

Honestly, though, it's nothing that can be proven, but the fact that you don't get the concept is mind-boggling. Again, there is no line...you do something intentionally/knowingly evil, there's a higher power watching, and you're gunna get something for that. that's the concept. there's different extents. that doesnt mean you're gunna die if you accidentally spit in someones face, and it also doesn't mean you wont have a comfortable life if you purposely killed someone...read up a lil more on energies. it's the energy you put behind what you do that determines the outcome, not what you actually do. there's a higher power. believing in that is what believing in karma essentially is...PeACe